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AutoSpotting - Saves up to 90% of AWS EC2 costs by automating the use of spot instances on existing AutoScaling groups

  •    Go

AutoSpotting is the leading open source spot market automation tool, optimized towards quick/easy/frictionless adoption of the EC2 spot market at any scale. It is usually set up to monitor existing long-running AutoScaling groups with minimal configuration changes(often just tagging them, but even that can be avoided by using their existing tags), yielding the usual 70%-90% Spot cost savings but in a better integrated, more cost effective and easier to adopt way than the alternative tools and solutions.

cfn-lint - CloudFormation Linter

  •    Python

Validate AWS CloudFormation yaml/json templates against the AWS CloudFormation Resource Specification and additional checks. Includes checking valid values for resource properties and best practices. This is an attempt to provide validation for AWS CloudFormation templates properties and their values. For values things can get pretty complicated (mappings, joins, splits, conditions, and nesting those functions inside each other) so it's a best effort to validate those values but the promise is to not fail if we can't understand or translate all the things that could be going on.




cloudformation-coverage-roadmap - The AWS CloudFormation Public Coverage Roadmap

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This is a public roadmap focused on upcoming coverage support for CloudFormation. It is focused on coverage additions to existing AWS services to be addressed by upcoming CloudFormation releases. It represents a preview of the information we provide in our existing release history documentation. Knowing about our upcoming coverage additions and priorities helps our customers plan, and we want to provide a way for our customers to help us ensure we are working on the most important requests. If you think you’ve found a potential security issue, please do not post it in the Issues. Instead, please follow the instructions here or email AWS security directly.

cloudformation-guard - Guard offers a policy-as-code domain-specific language (DSL) to write rules and validate JSON- and YAML-formatted data such as CloudFormation Templates, K8s configurations, and Terraform JSON plans/configurations against those rules

  •    Rust

AWS CloudFormation Guard is an open-source general-purpose policy-as-code evaluation tool. It provides developers with a simple-to-use, yet powerful and expressive domain-specific language (DSL) to define policies and enables developers to validate JSON- or YAML- formatted structured data with those policies. NOTE: If you are using Guard 1.0, we highly recommend adopting Guard 2.0 because Guard 2.0 is a major release that introduces multiple features to simplify your current policy-as-code experience. Guard 2.0 is backward incompatible with your Guard 1.0 rules and can result in breaking changes. To migrate from Guard 1.0 to Guard 2.0, 1) use migrate command to transition your existing 1.0 rules to 2.0 rules and 2) read all new Guard 2.0 features.

kube-aws - Kubernetes on AWS

  •    Go

Note: The master branch may be in an unstable or even broken state during development. Please use releases instead of the master branch in order to get stable binaries.kube-aws is a command-line tool to create/update/destroy Kubernetes clusters on AWS.


autospotting - Automatically replace AWS EC2 instances in AutoScaling groups with identically configured but up to 90% cheaper spot instances

  •    Go

A simple and easy to use tool designed to significantly lower your Amazon AWS costs by automating the use of spot instances. When installed and enabled on an existing on-demand AutoScaling group, AutoSpotting clones one of your on-demand instances from the group with a spot instance that is cheaper, at least as large (automatically considering memory, CPU cores and disk volumes) and configured identically to it. Once the new spot instance is ready, it is attached to the group and an on-demand instance is detached and terminated to keep the group at constant capacity.

sceptre - Build better AWS infrastructure

  •    Python

Sceptre is a tool to drive AWS CloudFormation. It automates away some of the more mundane, repetitive and error-prone tasks, allowing you to concentrate on building better infrastructure. Sceptre can be used from the CLI, or imported as a Python package.

AWS-VPN-Server-Setup - Setup your own private, secure, free* VPN on the Amazon AWS Cloud in 10 minutes

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Please refer to the blog article with all details on setting up your VPN server on the AWS cloud using cloudformation templates. You can launch a VPN on any of AWS regions which include Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney, Frankfurt, Ireland, Sao Paulo, N. Virginia, N. California, Oregon, Mumbai, London, Canada central and Seoul.

aws-lambda-ffmpeg - An S3-triggered Amazon Web Services Lambda function that runs your choice of FFmpeg 🎬 commands on a file 🎥 and uploads the outputs to a bucket

  •    Javascript

An AWS Lambda Event-driven function that resizes videos and outputs thumbnails using FFmpeg. This function is meant for short-duration videos. If you need to transcode long videos, check out AWS Elastic Transcoder. The different platforms have different naming conventions for their services. To simplify this, listed below is a proposed table of generalized terms that are platform-independent.

mu - A full-stack DevOps on AWS framework

  •    Go

Amazon ECS (EC2 Container Service) provides an excellent platform for deploying microservices as containers. The challenge however is that there is a significant learning curve for microservice developers to deploy their applications in an efficient manner. Specifically, they must learn to use CloudFormation to orchestrate the management of ECS, ECR, EC2, ELB, VPC, and IAM resources. Additionally, tools like CodeBuild and CodePipeline must be mastered to create a continuous delivery pipeline for their microservices. To address these challenges, this tool was created to simplify the declaration and administration of the AWS resources necessary to support microservices. Similar to how the Serverless Framework improved the developer experience of Lambda and API Gateway, this tool makes it easier for developers to use ECS as a microservices platform.

startup-kit-templates - CloudFormation templates to accelerate getting started on AWS.

  •    Python

The VPC template is a requirement for the others. You can either run the templates/vpc.cfn.yml template by itself prior to using the others, or run any one of the vpc-*.cfn.yml wrapper templates at the top level of this repo to create sets of resources. For example, vpc-bastion-fargate-rds.cfn.yml will create a single stack containing a vpc, bastion host, fargate cluster, and database. StartupKit is designed to be modular. Some stacks depend on others, some can be deployed individually or in combination with others. You can use the stacks for each module individually and combine them on your own, or use wrapper stacks we have created from the tables below that provide one-click launch for common combinations. The wrapper stacks in the one-click launch table are broken down by regions in order to simplify deployments. See the Region Table for more information on availability of services by region.

stacker - An AWS CloudFormation Stack orchestrator/manager.

  •    Python

For full documentation, please see the readthedocs site. stacker is a tool and library used to create & update multiple CloudFormation stacks. It was originally written at Remind and released to the open source community.

stacker - An AWS CloudFormation Stack orchestrator/manager.

  •    Python

For full documentation, please see the readthedocs site.stacker is a tool and library used to create & update multiple CloudFormation stacks. It was originally written at Remind and released to the open source community.

cloudformation_templates - AWS - CloudFormation Templates

  •    Shell

This repository contains a collaboration of general and specific Amazon Web Services CloudFormation Template Examples. The basic design is a layered approach so there is less repeat content between all the templates. That way you can build a custom environment by picking the solution templates you wish to use. In other words you won't see a VPC created over and over throughout the templates. You simply use the VPC template then move to the next piece you would like to create. Also, The general design leans towards not having to refactor the template to fit your account/environment. By using the configured parameters from the console or CLI you should be able to use the template without the need to edit it. The templates generally output all the information you may need for another template. So, be sure to examine the Outputs tab after creating the stack.

gofaas - A boilerplate Go and AWS Lambda app

  •    Go

Running a Go application on AWS Lambda is easier than ever, once you figure out how to configure Lambda, API Gateway and 10 or other "serverless" services to support the Go functions. This is a boilerplate app with all the AWS pieces configured correctly and explained in depth. See the docs folder for detailed guides about functions, tracing, security, automation and more with AWS and Go.

aws-lex-web-ui - Sample Amazon Lex chat bot web interface

  •    Javascript

This is a sample Amazon Lex web interface. It provides a chatbot UI component that can be integrated in your website. The interface allows to interact with a Lex bot directly from a browser using text or voice. The easiest way to test drive the chatbot UI is to deploy it using the AWS CloudFormation templates provided by this project. Once you have launched the CloudFormation stack, you will get a fully working demo site hosted in your account.






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